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TECO 2030 with consortium finalizes agreement for €5M in HyEkoTank project

The HyEkoTank project plans to retrofit an 18.600 DWT product tanker with a 2.4 MW fuel cell system by TECO 2030 and 4000 kg compressed hydrogen storage for demonstration in 2024. The project has now finalized a grant agreement for €5 million under the funding scheme HORIZON EUROPE. (Earlier post.)

The HyEkoTank hydrogen powered tanker will demonstrate zero emission at berth and great reduction of GHG emissions during voyage.

In addition to TECO 2030, Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited and Shell International Exploration and Production BV, the HyEkoTank project involves partners Ektank AB, Blom Maritime AS, TECO Solutions AS, Umoe Advanced Composites AS (UAC), FKAB Marine Design, Neste Oyj, and UiT - The Arctic University of Norway.

Shell is proud to be a part of this fuel cell project, which aims to demonstrate the viability of hydrogen as a zero-carbon fuel for the maritime sector. Our target is to be a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050 and to accelerate this transition we are partnering with customers and businesses from across the sectors. Shell will purchase the fuel cell system and provide the renewable hydrogen to power this pioneering project as we continue to drive innovation to deliver the cleaner energy solutions that our customers need.

—Carl Henrickson, General Manager Technology, Innovation & Digitalization, Shell Shipping and Maritime


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